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09.09.2019, 11:56

'Best Annual Report' Award

EMEA, Service Provider News

ISS A/S is the recipient of a 'Best Annual Report' award from the Confederation of Danish Industry (Dansk Industri) and FSR - Danish Auditors which represents auditors, accountants, tax and corporate finance professionals, for its 2018 group accounts

 

ISS A/S' accounts team at Dansk Industri's headquarters in Industriens Hus.
The ISS global accounts team at the awards ceremony in Hus.
The award was collected by Group CFO Pierre-François Riolacci, Head of Group Finance Kasper Fangel, and  Head of Group Compliance (and Chief Financial Controller) Pernille Benborgat at a ceremony in the headquarters of Dansk Industri in Industriens Hus.

 

Acknowledging best practice in its preparation of financial accounts, the Awards Committee cited transparency as well as ISS' inclusion of non-financial key performance indicators (KPIs) and detailed financial content.

 

Speaking at the event on 5th September, Pierre-François Riolacci, said:

"We are humbled and at the same time extremely proud of this achievement. A lot of hard work and coordination has been put in to the Annual Report 2018 from various stakeholders, both internally, and externally to provide an informative, yet attractive looking report that caters to our audiences.
 
"We are delighted to receive this recognition and it is a testimony to our transparency about our business to our shareholders."
 
 
The Confederation of Danish Industry is Denmark’s largest, most representative, and most influential business and employers’ organisation representing the manufacturing and service sectors - including transport, energy, IT, health, trade and professional services companies.
 
 
 
 

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